I've been a lawyer for over 30 years, but my real love has always been the theater and acting, fueled by living in New York for many years and attending many Broadway Plays, such as Death of a Salesman with Dustin Hoffman and Hamlet with Ralph Fiennes. After years of a hiatus from acting after doing my first play, "Oldest Living Graduate", playing Floyd, I returned to the theater about 4 years ago, originating the role of Stan Upton in “Coyote and the Origin of Death” at The Lyric Theater, Los Angeles, followed by playing Tiny Duffy at the Morgan-Wixon in Santa Monica. I can now add Shakespeare to my resume, having played Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night. Having done several plays, I began to expand my acting to film, TV and commercials, starting with background work and moving onto principal roles, including co-starring as Buck in the Indy feature film "Internship Game" available on Amazon and iTunes. Tim plays the role of Buck, a wild and crazy Viet Nam Vet losing his grip on reality. In the last few years I've been able to work consistently, playing very diverse characters to establish my range as an actor, build my resume as I continue to work very hard on each role, constantly striving to be a better actor.
Michael Cohen Comedy OC Intensive; Tepper Gallegos Commercial OC Workshop; Scene Study HB Studios, NYC; Improv Training, Crested Butte Mtn Theater
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